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the study of languages **Weegy:** Did you have a question about a language? **User:** whats the study of languages **Weegy:** My favorite color is probably blue. **User:** a document produced some time after the historical subject of study took place **User:** observable tendencies of a person or group **Weegy:** The observable tendencies of a person or groups create a pattern. **User:** the collecting, classifying, analyzing, and interpreting of data (More)

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Linguistics is the study of languages.

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Secondary Source is a document produced some time after the historical subject of study took place.

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Simplify 3a · 3b ÷ 3c ÷ 3d.
The exponent on 3 is _____.
(ab) ÷ (cd)
(a + b) - (cd)
a + b - c - d **Weegy:** 3-3 = 0 (More)

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Simplify 3^a • 3^b ÷ 3^c ÷ 3^d. The exponent on 3 is a + b - c - d.

3^a • 3^b ÷ 3^c ÷ 3^d

= 3^(a+b) ÷ 3c ÷ 3d

= 3^(a+b-c) ÷ 3d

= 3^(a+b-c-d)

3^a • 3^b ÷ 3^c ÷ 3^d

= 3^(a+b) ÷ 3c ÷ 3d

= 3^(a+b-c) ÷ 3d

= 3^(a+b-c-d)

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Simplify.
x8 ÷ x4 · x2
1
x2
x4
x6 **Weegy:** Division of qoutient
X^8/X^2= X^8-2= X^6
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Updated 3/20/2013 11:08:34 PM

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x^8 ÷ x^4 = x^4

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Simplify.
(fg2)4 **Weegy:** (fg2)^4 = =f^4g^8 (More)

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Updated 8/18/2014 8:03:43 AM

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Find the quotient.
y9 ÷ y3
y
y3
y6
y12

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Updated 3/20/2013 11:04:39 AM

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y^9 ÷ y^3 = y^6

Just subtract the exponents of the variables you are dividing by.

Just subtract the exponents of the variables you are dividing by.

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